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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1928)
Monday, Nov. 12th
HERBERT CLARK HOOVER,
ENGINEER, HUMANITARIAN AND
ORGANIZER, HAS CARRIED THE
BANNER OF THE G. O. P TO VIC
TORY IN THE GREAT AMERICAN
h QUADRENNIAL POLITICAL SWEEP-'
STAKES, AND WILL HOLD THE
HELM OF .THE AMERICAN SHIP OF
STATE FOR THE NEXT FOUR
YEARS. MR HOOVER WAS BORN
» AT WEST BRANCH, IOWA, * AND
f HIS CAREER HAS BROUGHT HIM
TO THE FAR CORNERS OF THE
Service on Sale Bills—The Frontier, j
For Sale—Japanese hulless pop
corn, 10c per pound.—Lewis Kopecky,
Inman, Nebraska. 24-3p |
Engraved Xmas Cards at Frontier. I
J. P. Gallagher has a new Chevro
Mrs. John Hynes is working at the
office of the county sheriff for her sis
ter, Miss Margaret, who went to Oma
ha the first of the week to be married.
James Alva Stanton, of Danbury,
Iowa, arrived in O’Neill Saturday
j night, to visit his nephew, E. D.
I Henry, and other relatives in this part
Nathan Mastin, of Jefferson, Okla
homa, and Miss Lodetta Potter, of
Stuart, were granted a marriage li
cense by County Judge Malone on the
7th of November.
1). Williams, son of Elmer Williams,
formerly receiver of the land office in
O’Neill, was shaking hand with some
[ of the old time friends of the family
the first of the week
Word was received here the first of
the week that Rev. G. W. Ballard, of
Chester, Nebraska, was suffering with
a broken jaw-bone which he received
when a dentist extracted a tooth
Ed Stansbury, formerly of this city,
but a resident of Norfolk for several
years, died suddenly at his home last
Sunday. Mr. Stansbury was an en
gineer on the C. & N. W. railroad.
J. B. O’Sullivan killed a big mink
the forepart of the week which had
killed several chickens belonging to T.
R. Edwards. The mink was of the
black variety and the fur is considered
The beautiful new Texaco Oil Sta
tion on Douglas and Second streets
was formally opened last Saturday
with Tibbits & Hanna, who managed
the old station, in charge. On the
opening day with every five gallons of
gasoline purchased they gave two
quarts of oil. This is one of the pret
tiest stations in this part of the state
and O’Neill should be very proud of it.
AMONG ALL SIXES
OF ITS PRICE OFFERS
/ J||pip>v'Body by Fisher! The very phrase
! fll|L / suggests the newest style, the greatest
V T luxury, the finest construction. Yet
^ only Pontiac among all sixes of its
price offers Bodies by Fisher. And their long,
low, smart lines, their deep-seated comfort and
durable hardwood and steel construction
explain much of the tremendous popularity
which Pontiac continues to enjoy.
But bodies by Fisher represent only one of the
many advantages offered by today s Pontiac
Six. A 186-cubic inch engine equipped witn a
1 new’, more highly perfected carburetor—the
^ cross-flow l adiatot with thermostatic control—
the G-M-R cylinder head ... all these vital
engineering advancements are provided by
Pontiac and by no other six selling for as little
2-naor Sedan, $74*1 Coupe. $745; Sport Koadster, $745; Phaeton,
$77% Cabriolet. $795; 4 Door Sedan. .$*25; Sport Lapdau Sedan,
$835. All price* at factory. Check Oakland Pomtuu delevered $nu:et
—thej intlnde lowil lumdline charger. General Mitort Time ruy
4 rn.nl Plan available at minimum rate.
Smith & Warner Motor Co.
Dealers, O’Neill, Nebr.
D. H. CRONIN. Publisher
W. C. TEMPLETON.
Editor and Business Manager
tin i ei ed ai trie post off ice at O’Neill.
Nebraska, as second-class matter,
A daughter was born to Dr. and
Mrs. L. A. Burgess Wednesday even
Miss Della Harnish will go to Oma
ha Friday to finish her course at Van
Sant business college.
Miss Mildred Tomlinson and Miss
Edna Simonson were visiting in Oma
ha Saturday and Sunday.
The Presbyterian Guild will meet
at the home of Mrs. G. A. Miles,
Thursday, November 15th.
Miss Mildred Malone was down from
Atkinson Tuesday visiting her parents,
Judge and Mrs. C. J. Malone.
Mrs. Mary Hancock and daughter,
Miss Gladys, of Inman, were visiting
their daughter and sister, Mrs. C. J.
Mrs. G. A. Herrick, of Waterbury,
who spent the past week with her
daughter, Mrs. Elmer Surber and
family, returned home Monday.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. took
a lunch and went to the home of Mrs.
J. A. Naylor Tuesday afternoon to
help her celebrate her birthday anni
Dan O’Donnell, of Emmet, and Miss
Helena Luth, of Stuart, were married
by Rev. O. A. Fortune, at twelve
o’clock Friday, November 9th. They
will make their home near Atkinson.
F. K. McCarthy, auditor of the Tri
State office, left today for Dubuque,
Iowa, to attend the home coming of
Columbia College. Mr. McCarthy is
president of the National Alumnae
Association of Columbia.
Ben Jones, of Ekelaka, Montana,
came Friday night to visit his mother,
Mrs. Emma B. Jones and sister, Mrs.
D. N. Loy. Mrs. Loy and Mr. Jones
went to Page and Orchard the fore
part of the week to visit relatives.
The Rummage sale which was to be
held by the Presbyterian Ladies Guild
last Friday and Saturday, was post
poned on account of the weather will
he held at the lobby of the Western
hotel Friday and Saturday, November
8th and 9th, this week.
Ernest Schollmyer was kicked in
the forehead by a mule and was, pre
sumably trampled by horses in the
corral Tuesday evening. He was
taken to the hospital at Lynch where
ten stitches were taken in his fore
head. He will leave the hospital prob
ably Friday or Saturday.
A meeting was held at the Woman’s
club rooms Wednesday evening to
perfect a Junior department of the
Woman’s club for the business girls.
Thirty young ladies were present.
Mi's. Esther Tomlinson was chosen
temporary president and Miss Marie
Miss Gertrude Bedford, who has;
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert
Kaczor, for several days, left Tues
av for Mead, Nebraska, accompanied
b yMiss Nellie Kaczor, where they will
visit the Ed Larson family. From
Mead Miss Gertrude will go to the1;
Mayo hospital to finish her course as
Miss Eva Protivinsky invited a
number of young friends to her home
last Thursday evening to help her cele
brate her birthday anniversary. Monte
Carlo whist was the past time of the
evening, at which Howard Medlen and
Miss Thelma Riley won high score and
Miss Gertrude Connolly was given the
Mrs. Edward Williams and her
mother, Mrs. J. J. Thomas, desire to
extend their sincere appreciation in a
public way to the Inter State Power
Company for the liberal check of $500
which was paid Mrs. Williams by Mr.
F. H. Wdieeler, the local monager, a
few days ago. Mr. Williams w'as kill
ed on September 20th in the basement
of his home while holding an electric
light socket. No blame was attached
to the light company by anyone; their
check was given only as a friendly
Insist on The Frontier printing
Your Sale Bills.
crowd was present
Harry Cooper spent a few days at
Omaha and Lincoln, on business last
The mail failed to arrive in Cham
bers Thursday on account of the
A deal w’as made Tuesday whereby
Mr. W. L. Medcalf became owner of
The Frontier $2.00 per year.
1—1926 CHEVROLET SEDAN.
1—1925 FORI) ROADSTER.
1—1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN
O’NEILL, - - NEBRASKA
Jbr Economical Traf**por'.at\sB
— to serve Chevrolet owners better
INCE January 1st
more than a million
have been de
livered to owners—
making the Chev
rolet Motor Com
pany, for the second
consecutive year, the world a
largest builder of automobiles!
This outstanding achievement
has been attained not only be
cause of the quality and value
of Cheviolet cars—but also be
cause there has been a constant
expansion of Chevrolet service
In order to bring these mam
moth facilities of the Chevrolet
factories to Chevrolet dealers
and owners everywhere, there
have been erected 26 huge
parts warehouses in the princi
pal centersofdistribution. This
expansion program is continu
ally going on—for four great
additional warehouses will be
in operation by January first
and seven more by the sum
mer of 1929.
Into the service departments of
all Chevrolet dealers, Chevro
let has brought special tools
and shop equipment—designed
under the supervision of Chev
rolet engineers. This equip
ment definitely assures maxi
mum speed and precision and
the lowest possible cost in the
performance of every Chevro
let service and repair operation
—which are charged for on a
flat rate basis.
Furthermore, all of these tre
mendous facilities have been
made available to 15,000
authorized service stations
manned by skilled mechanics,
over 25,000 of whom have been
factory trained to efficiently
handle every repair operation
on a Chevrolet car. In addition,
there are over 4,000 other
points where genuine Chevro
let parts may be obtained.
Uniformly efficient, uniformly
reliable and within easy reach
of everybody everywhere—this
great service organization is
maintaining at peak efficiency
the fine performance for which
Chevrolet cars have always
We cordially invite you to come
in and see how our service
facilities reflect the influence
of this great national service
Arbuthnot & Reka
Dealers, O’Neill, Nebr.
QUALITY AT LOW COST
the* harness shop formerly owned by
H. J. Porter
Word conies from Norfolk that Mrs.
Dewey Shafer, who 's seriously ill at
the Lutheran Hospital, shows a little
Mr, and Mrs. John Kellogg and
daughter will leave this week for Cali
fornia to spend the winter. They are
making the trip in their car.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Perkins left last
Wednesday for an extended pleasure
trip. They plan to spend the winter
in sunny California and will visit rela
tives and friends enroute.
Mrs. Lierman and daughter, Miss
May, left Wednesday for California
to spend the winter with relatives.
Tom Farwell, of Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, who hi s been visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Farwell,
left for his home Wednesday.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church
served dinner and supper in the newly
finished basement of the church and
held a bazaar, on election day. The
proceeds to be used for further im
provements on the church. A large
Tuesday, being election day, drew a
large crowd to Chambers. The country
people were willing to travel in wag
ons, owing to the almost impassable;
condition of the roads, to cast their j
votes for their favorite candidates.
Chambei s went over the top in doing
their bit for the republican presiden
tial landslide. Judge Malone and
Judge Dickson drew a large number
of voter from this part of the county.
Both m n received the support of the
people n the basis of qualification,
courteous attention, and service. A
heavy ,’ote was also cast for the
j various other candidates. Bill Russ
was the successful candidate for jus
tice of the peace. Leo T. Adams and
C. Van I h< rtson were elected to serve:
on the township board for the coming
two years and W. B. Cooper as as
B. H. DIM MITT.
B. H. Dimmitt died at his home at
Long Pine last Thursday afternoon,
of Bright’s Disease. He had been ill
about a month, but was confined to
his bed only the last week.
The funeral services were held at
Long Pine Saturday afternoon and
, interment was made at that place.
Mr. Diit mitt moved from O'Neill to
! Long Pine in the spring.
MRS. MARY WILGER.
Mrs. M i y Wilger, died at the state
hospital a* Norfolk, last Friday. The
remains * ,-e taken to her old home at
Exeter, Nebraska, Saturday morning,
and fur - ral services was held from the
Catho1 , hurch at that place Monday
morn: , at nine o’clock.
Mi Wilger was the mother of Mrs.
John ' mpert of this city.
Mr. i Mrs. Dumpert drove to Ex
eter Sai.::.lay morning to attend the
ELIZA JANE MOLER.
Eliza Jane Moler was born January
5, 1857, in Fulton County, Indiana.
She died November 4, 1928, at O’Neill,
Nebraska, being 71 years, 9 months
and 21 days of age at the time of her
On September 9, 1874, she was
united in marriage to John Moler at
To this union was born eight child
ren: John Moler, of Wall, South Da
kota; David Moler, of Wessington
Springs, South Dakota; Allen Moler,
of O’Neill; Mrs. Electra Bigler, of
Winner, South Dakota.
Mrs John Gutsch, of O’Neill; Mary
Etta Moler, who died in infancy.
Henry Moler died in November,
1889, and Russell Moler, who passed
away August 2tt, 1894.
There are twenty-seven grand child
ren, eight great grand children. Also
a sister, Mrs. Chas. Allen, of Lincoln,
Nebraska, and a brother, C. R. Young,
In 1870 they moved to Seward
County. Nebraska, two years later
they moved to Holt County, where
they have resided ever since, with the
exception of four years when they
lived at Wayne.
CARD OF THANKS.
“ 4 »■
We desire to thank the many friends
and neighbors who no kindly assisted
us during the sickness and following
the death of our dear wife and mother;
also for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mr. John Moler.
Mr. John Moler, Jr.
Mrs Electa Bigler.
Mrs. John Grutsch.
Mr. David Moler.
Mr. Allen Moler.
IT IS NOT THE MONTHLY BILLS
THAT WORRY SO MUCH AS TH1
LACK OF MONEY IN BANK l*>
The O’Neill National
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
This bank carries no indebted
ness of officers or stockholders.
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